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Used to watch those Phantoms take off from Da Nang Airbase on night missions to the north. Afterburners glowing for a few minutes after takeoff was something for a young soldier to see!

Written on 23.06.2017 by Mike Cartwright

Looks like a cross between a Vickers Viscount and a Boeing Dreamlifter. Also, a sausage with wings.

Written on 23.06.2017 by Roy Hunte

met a bird in flight !

Written on 23.06.2017 by xavier legay

Was this the one out of Indy Metro?

Written on 23.06.2017 by William Baldwin

Don't know where it came from or where it was going, but it wasn't on the ground long enough to cool the tires. Fastest pit stop I've ever seen a military bird make at this airport. I don't think they even shut down the starboard engine. Here and gone! Was most definitely in a hurry.

Written on 23.06.2017 by Gary Schenauer

looks more like an MD-11

Written on 23.06.2017 by Mark Henley

Sometimes an aircraft just has to look menacing to do the job. The F-4 was that kind of aircraft. So fortunate to have a number on display around the country including here at Tinker. Beautiful just does not describe that plane.

Written on 23.06.2017 by Bruce Stafford

Roland... you asked this question...

"Is this the same plane that NASA uses To transport astranuts (sic) around(?)"...

Sam has your answer covered quite well... but what's this with "astranuts"???

Well, I'm sure those NASA astronauts all have a sense of humor too!!! :-)

Written on 23.06.2017 by cliff731

Same type yes. But NASA has US civil registration not a military tail code

Written on 23.06.2017 by sam kuminecz

Even if the photo is old, it's always nice to see my home airport make the weekly collection of pics on FlightAware. Sad to hear she met an untimely end in Churchill though. Thanks for sharing. I don't suppose you have any shots of Wardair's 747 at CYWG from long ago?

Written on 23.06.2017 by Ryan Kehler

That 747 looks great, no matter how you take the picture.

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

The BOEING work horse.

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

Just like the old FLYING TIGER'S. Mean looking.

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

I have to say that SOUTHWEST has the best decorated plane flying.

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

Hold on here it comes.

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

Is this the same plane that NASA uses To transport astranuts around

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

Love the prop vortex

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

The burner is lit & it;s time to go.

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

One good reason why we won WWII

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

Those wings hang down like they are about to break off.

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

That thing had gun's everywhere but in the wings. Flying Tank.

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

A Flying Tank.

Written on 23.06.2017 by roland pfeifer

DOES ANYONE HAVE PICS OF MISSISSIPPI 186 ARG BIRD?

Written on 23.06.2017 by Gerald Marks

SUU-23 gun pod on the centerline.

Written on 23.06.2017 by John Locke

Dusk and a Boeing B-17 well done! The Texas Raiders needs to come north to Rocky Mountain Metro Airport near Broomfield, CO. Would love to see this beauty in person.

Written on 23.06.2017 by Colorado Zephyr

Its upside down man!

Written on 23.06.2017 by Brian Wilkes

That'll buff out

Written on 23.06.2017 by Bernie Behling

Fantastic looking plane and great lighting

Written on 23.06.2017 by sunglasses

Yes, I like that picture

Written on 23.06.2017 by sunglasses

Amazing composition...quite the photo!

Written on 23.06.2017 by BigAlOutWest

Mighty Mighty Fine Fighter

Written on 23.06.2017 by steve elliott

How old is this picture, Habujet? According to Joe Baugher's web site, 66-7640 went to the boneyard January 1990.

Here we see her in happier times, attached to the Alabama ANG and launching from Nellis AFB for a practice bombing mission. (Note the Mk 75 25 pound practice bomb under the starboard wing!)

Written on 23.06.2017 by corsair2

Whatever it is, how could Delta trade in a livery like that for the uninspiring one of today?

Written on 23.06.2017 by c m

Nice rarity shot.

Written on 23.06.2017 by Doug Zalud

Is that paint missing on the fin?...especially around the vortex generators??

Written on 23.06.2017 by CHRIS ROBEY

That is a fantastic picture! Good that the Iranians are still flying the Tomcat.

Written on 23.06.2017 by greg presley

Looks exactly like Trumps 757 paint job!!!

Written on 23.06.2017 by Kenny Schulte

Correction:

Peter Jackson's aircraft are at Omaka near Blenheim.
























at Omaka near Blenheim.

Written on 23.06.2017 by Peter Goldfinch

Thank you Edward.

There are at least two companies building replicas or rebuilding old aircraft at Hood in Matserton NZ - please see:
oldstickandrudder.com
and http://www.thevintageaviator.co.nz/projects/aircraft

Peter Jackson, film director of The Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit Trilogy has a collection of WW1 aircraft at Onaha bear Blenhein,

Written on 23.06.2017 by Peter Goldfinch

Awesome shot!

Written on 22.06.2017 by c130aj

Magnificent photo! Can't take my eyes off of it!

Written on 22.06.2017 by EDUARDO SERRANO

That's a Boeing 757-200

Written on 22.06.2017 by Draven Pastore

Thats a great catch John!

Written on 22.06.2017 by Dave Sheehy

great shot of this old aircraft

Written on 22.06.2017 by Edward Hopgood

isto e são miguel

Written on 22.06.2017 by Antonio Sousa

Beautifully restored.

Written on 22.06.2017 by Bruce Bennidick

Beautiful shot of a graceful aircraft.

Written on 22.06.2017 by ncpilot

beefy props

Written on 22.06.2017 by blueashflyer

I'm not sure exactly who was on this charter, but I suspect it was for the 2017 Health & Wellness Expo being held that weekend which brings in health professionals from all over. The flight originated from Houston.

Written on 22.06.2017 by Brian Carlin

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